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​The rotator cuff is a group of four tendons that stabilize the shoulder joint and form a “cuff” over the upper end of the arm.

Obesity is a known risk factor for many diseases and cancer types, but studies have found a particularly strong link between obesity and colon cancer.

​Even though cataracts are the leading cause of blindness in the world, glaucoma is quickly gaining ground.

Because the rotator cuff is comprised of soft tissues, it is vulnerable to injury from overuse and trauma

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, which is the perfect opportunity to raise awareness that colon cancer is preventable, beatable and treatable.

​Did you know that there is a month that is designated to Workplace Eye Health and Safety?

It’s a common assumption that seniors are resistant to new technology, but research shows that just isn’t the case.

But make no mistake: colon cancer affects the young and the old alike.

However, it is easy to neglect proper eye care when applying makeup.

Neck pain is a common complaint, affecting two out of every three individuals at some point in his or her lifetime.

When it comes to colon cancer, there’s good news and there’s bad news.

Sagging skin around the eyes can make you look older, tired and sad.

If you’ve ever opened the bill from a recent surgical procedure and experienced serious sticker shock, you’re not the only one.

A survey by the Colon Cancer Alliance found that fear of the test results, the bowel preparation and the procedure itself was the primary reason that qualified candidates did not get a colonoscopy.

​Driving at night can be challenging, no matter your age or driving experience.

Frigid temperatures and icy surfaces drive many athletes indoors during the winter months, but for winter sports enthusiasts, the fun is just getting started!

From anti-bacterial soap and hand sanitizer to disinfectant wipes and surface sprays, we spend a great deal of time and effort trying to eliminate bacteria from our lives.

Valentine’s Day is the season of love and giving gifts.

There’s no question that our bodies take quite a beating when winter sets in.

February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate and reflect upon the contributions of the many great African Americans throughout our nation’s history.